Next to Clemson’s Sammy Watkins, Texas A&M’s Mike Evans is considered the clear cut second option for anyone in the draft that needs a wide receiver, and that interest has only grown since the end of the college football season with the workouts he’s had. He’s impressed so much, that there are some teams that could be interested in trading up in the draft to get him–three teams, specifically.
According to long-time draft expert Tony Pauline, the St. Louis Rams, Philadelphia Eagles and Baltimore Ravens could be interested in making a move in the draft to get themselves the 6’5″ wideout.
Right now it looks like three teams are the frontrunners to make some sort of move for Evans. If the St Louis Rams trade out of the second spot, and they will make every effort to do as much, Evans would be a target assuming they stay in the top ten. Two teams selecting in the middle of the first frame who are very high on Evans and would consider trading up to grab him are the Philadelphia Eagles and Baltimore Ravens.
Now as stated, the Rams’ move to get Evans would be back from the second spot, while the Eagles and Ravens would need to get closer, but all three moves make sense since each one of these organizations need the wide receiver help.